Describe the lifestyle of the pastoralists of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.
- Pastoralist tribes such as the Gollas herded cattle, while the Kurumas and the Kurubas reared sheep and goats and sold woven blankets.
- They lived near the woods, cultivated small patches of land, engaged in a variety of petty trades and took care of their herds.
- In the dry season, they moved to the coastal tracts and left when the rain came. So, their seasonal rhythm was during the monsoons and the dry season.